Warren Grantham is a Wiseguy and contributor to Fly on the Wall
According to Cash, if it weren’t for the “good and strong” belt he was wearing, the ostrich would easily have killed him. The incident took place at the “House of Cash” in Hendersonville, Tennessee, which featured offices, a museum, a recording studio, a gift shop—and an enclosure for exotic animals, including ostriches. Cash’s return to heavy amphetamine use lasted until a 1983 incident in which Cash trashed a hotel room in Nottingham, U.K., landed him in the hospital.
Readers, if you're anything like me you wake up in the middle of the night screaming things like, "WHAT DO MILEY CYRUS' LYRICS MEAN?!?!?!"
Lucky for us the journalists at the UK's Daily Mail aren't afraid to ask the hard questions the world is begging to have answered. Questions like, "In your song We Can't Stop, when you sing about dancing with Molly, are you like really singing about dancing on, you know...molly?" Her response...YES!
But hey, we all make mistakes. Maybe one drug reference in a popular pop song isn't that bad, I mean it's not like there's two references-OH MY GOD THERE"S TWO!!!!
Yeah, that "line" she's singing about isn't an ordinary line. No readers, I wish it were that innocent. The "line" in question is a reference to the drug COCAINE!!!! A drug that is apparently (upon my further investigation) a "hell of a drug"!!!
None of this should come as a surprise, I suppose. Miley is a former star of a TV kids show. Children's television has always made subtle references to drugs like molly. The clip below isn't even all that subtle.
Here's a little taste of Heaven as imagined by Ormond & Pirkle.
And if you thought that was special you can go straight to Hell.
Now for the mystery. At least to me. Ormond allegedly shot commercials for a few Memphis-area businesses including White Rose Dry Cleaners. If any of these have survived they don't seem to have made it onto the internet.
I'd be interested to know if these commercials do, or ever did exist. I can't imagine they're not brilliant, and I'd sure love to share them here.
Just read an article saying that 146 babies in the US have been named Khaleesi, which means Queen in the made up Lame of Thrones universe.
Slim Whitman, the country singer who headlined Elvis Presley's first public performance on July 30, 1954 at the Overton Park (now Levitt) Shell, has died of heart failure. The 89-year-old singer, and subject of brilliant parody, was famous for his yodeling, multi-octave range, and his ability to make alien brains explode.